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Congratulations Class of 2022!


Photo Galleries:

Graduation Photo Gallery

Graduation Liturgy Photo Gallery

Graduation Breakfast Photo Gallery

Academic Awards Photo Gallery

Athletic Awards Photo Gallery

The Class of 2022 began high school as many Stanners before them — participating in school events, joining all sorts of teams and clubs, and making the most out of their time at Stanner High. Four years later, the Class of 2022 reflects on their place in history, having navigated virtual and hybrid learning, modified events, and a transition back to full in-person instruction. As seniors, they stepped up to become leaders, and contributed to what was an exciting and memorable year at Molloy. On June 5th, our seniors, who have overcome so much, stepped forward to accept their diplomas and officially become Archbishop Molloy High School alumni.

Our 383 graduates enjoyed many wonderful events to conclude their high school careers. These include Senior Prom at Leonard's Palazzo of Great Neck, the Athletic Awards and Academic Awards Ceremonies, our Graduation Liturgy at St. Nicholas of Tolentine RC Church, Commencement Exercises in the Carnesecca Arena at St. John's University, and their first alumni event — the Graduation Breakfast. These events all served as a celebration of our graduates, their achievements and friendships. We are so grateful that the Class of 2022 could enjoy all these events together and in-person.

Graduation 2022

Commencement Exercises were held at St. John's University for the second straight year, and in the Carnesecca Arena for the first time. Administration, faculty, and staff, donning their own graduation robes, led the Class of 2022 into the arena. President Richard Karsten '81 welcomed and congratulated our graduates on their hard work over four challenging years. The Salutatorian, Patrick Logan '22, stepped up to the podium and spoke about taking risks and believing in yourself. The Valedictorian, Victoria Vlachos '22, shared the importance of simplicity and living in the moment (click the links below to read these speeches). Later, as family and friends cheered on, Principal Dr. Darius Penikas instructed the Class of 2022 to move their tassels from right to left, signifying the end of their high school journey, and the beginning of the next chapter in their lives.



Congratulations, Class of 2022! We are so proud of all you have accomplished. Please stay connected to the Administration, faculty, and staff at Molloy, and let us know if we can ever help you. We also invite you to click the buttons below to access photo galleries from the many senior events you have recently enjoyed, including Graduation. Non scholae sed vitae!

Graduation 2022

Graduation photos by Joe Licul.


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